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agitators who view south dakota as an easy mark. >> when you're the only provider in a state, you become a target for both your local people who disagree with the services you offer and you get put on the national radar and you get put on the national map. people would like to say this state is the first abortion-free state. they would like to just completely get rid of all of the clinics and say no abortions happen here. when i walk into the clinic and there's protesters outside, they're using my name and they say things to me as if we're friends and as if we know each other. it doesn't happen in any other business where people are allowed to act like stalkers and use your first name and, you know, try to intimidate you on your way into work. there's no place elsewhere you would work where somebody would be allowed to act that way. >> now i have young children. well, three, 13, 14 and just turned 16. and it affects me in that they are sometimes harassed at school. the anti-choice forces have gone to the schools and actually leafletted my neighborhood with my picture and defamatory state
't be intimidated. >> south dakota, north dakota, arkansas. the reasons why each of these states have only one clinic vary from state to state. mississippi, too. but in each of these states it was not always the case. each of these states used to have more than one abortion provider and in each of these states only one clinic is now left. and the same intimidation and targeting that in many cases helped shrink the abortion clinic population down to one in each of these states makes it all but certain that no one else will try to open another clinic in these states any time soon. >> in the early '70s, after roe v. wade, there were 17 physicians providing abortion services in central arkansas. as the anti-choice forces became more and more well versed in their coercive tactics, these physicians started to dwindle. by the time i entered abortion practice in 1985, there were five physicians in little rock and one in fayetteville doing terminations. now we have younger physicians from out of state come in so i can go on vacation or get a bre break. but if you're not going to be an abortion provider
john grass from standing rock reservation in south dakota. one of the songs he gave me before he passed on, on indigenous people's day in 1995, was a song that he called the blue horse special. the blue horse special is the song that i have been fortunate enough to be able to play in a lot of different performance contexts. it's a song that was made by a man named matthew too bold, a very well respected elder whose wife, ellie, just recently passed on. both of them were very well respected for their singing skills. when i thought about doing an arrangement for today, the blue horse special came to mind. i thought i wonder if i can bring a cedar flute into an air, i thought, i wonder if i can take a pala song and turn it into a reel. what i will do is sing you the original pala song, so you can hear that, then we will go into an arrangement that also includes a little something at the end for my grandparents. (singing) >> in january everything changes. all of san francisco's parking meters will now be enforced 7 days a week. feeding the meter 7 days a week reduces parking demand in comme
of south dakota, shaking hands, collecting names on 3 by 5 index cards. to this day, i think duty has them all. [laughter] who could forget the classic story in his autobiography "grass roots" -- and you know which one i am talking about. he was at the state fair. i stood on the wet, cold sought in front of the dismally small tent, he wrote there was no floor, i had no literature. i had no coffee, no elected officials. what is more, the gop had a live elephant. [laughter] when a democrat stop by and offered him the use of his donkey, george jumped at the chance, drove 14 miles in his chevy, a car, not a pickup, and there was the first multiple political disaster. the donkey had sent one of his hooves through the window, blood all over the car, relieved himself on a nun, bit the little?-?-?-?-?-?-?-?- girle whole?-?- tent down. ?-i have never trusted donkeys since, georgia wrote. they deserve to be called asses. [laughter] [applause] and it was not until i was senate majority leader that i fully realized the value of that statement. [laughter] he soon created an organization that enabled hi
in sioux falls, south dakota, it was remarkable to watch the reactions of the kids in sioux falls, parents, educators, and we did that same q and a when we were done. i appreciate the wonderful words of your superintendent, that was exactly the dynamic in sioux falls and that's the remarkable thing, superintendent, is that this issue knows no boundaries. this issue knows -- it doesn't know class boundaries, it doesn't know race boundaries, it's an issue regretablely that has been timeless. it seems we were all too frequently taught that bullying is simply a rite of passage, i went to christ the king grammar school in buffalo, new york, you would go behind the building and settle your scores at the end of the day and that was an accepted way of doing business. but we're learning and raising consciousness that, no, it's not an acceptable way of doing business. i've had conversations with the mother of seth walsh, of people who have literally taken their own lives and as a father of three, this isn't simply an issue of civil rights enforcement, this is something very personal. because i ca
including in the gun friendly states of arkansas, alaska, louisiana, ohio, new hampshire and south dakota. after the assault weapons ban passed in 94 democrats lost control of the house all of which suggest compromise may be in the works. >> we don't expect all of it to pass in its current form. there are elements that are absolutely critical. >> this is a moment we can do something about mental health about information sharing maybe about background checks and other things as well but it has to be a plan that works or other things won't get done. >> weapons bans won't be more effective than the old one. >> when the ban expired there were 700 using small rifles today there are roughly 300. >> the president vowed he will do everything he can to stop gun related karnage. he won unprecedented turnout to win grass-roots support for new restrictions on guns. doug mcelway fox news. >> most of the planning went into the inaugural ceremonies. a breakdown of how the big day came together. >> the foreign challenges from looming questions over benghazi to the war in afghanistan. keep it here as our
, south dakota and mississippi and arkansas. where the doctor asked us to conduct the interview in silhouette to conduct the interview that way for his safety. given the personal risks he is taking by doing this work, why does he choose to do it? why does he decide every day to be the only abortion provider in arkansas? his answer was that it is a needed thing. somebody has to do it. watch. >> prior to roe v. wade, the number one killer of women of child bearing age was complications associated with abortion. and now it's not in the top 100 causes of death in women of this age group. i think that something that has been forgotten by a younger group of medical providers. they just haven't seen the consequences, and the american people have forgotten as a general rule what things were like prior to the legalization of abortion. and limiting access to abortion doesn't keep people from getting abortion. it just makes it less safe and increases the incidents of complication. >> in other words, as he sees it, the big change ushered in by roe versus wade is safety. the big change is no
, south dakota had the highest vaccination rate, 51% of the state, while nevada had the lowest vaccination rate last year at just 32%. in montgomery county, maryland, just outside of d.c., fire department ambulances are often rerouted to different e.r.s since so many hospitals are already full with flu patients, especially the elderly. >> our paramedics, firefighters, emts have seen a tripling of flu-like cases this month, as well as over 200 more transports this month. >> reporter: just 15 days. >> as compared to last year. >> reporter: doctors continue to urge everyone to get vaccinated, even this far into the season. >> it's not too late to get a flu shot, but it does take about two weeks for the immunity to kick in. >> reporter: back at leah's home -- >> i have to say this feels worse than any other sickness i've had in years. >> reporter: a lot of people are asking, if i get the vaccine, how long am i protected? well, the experts are saying that at least through this season and maybe a little bit longer than that, brian? >> we learned last night it lessens the severity of it. if you d
's expedition turned up no pythons. >>> in south dakota, an anonymous donor gave students $10 each with specific instructions to use the money for good. one student bought a blanket for a church baby shower while another paid for lunch so his mother wouldn't have to. this is the school's third donation encouraging students to pay it forward. very sweet. >>> in sports, third rank duke hosted georgia tech. it was a 73-57 victory. number five michigan faced number nine minnesota. the wolverines glen robinson iii made a steal and a spectacular 360-degree jam. >>> in the nba, milwaukee surged in the second half against phoenix, and the bucks beat the suns 98-94 for their first win in phoenix in 26 years. >>> the nfl playoffs on sunday, atlanta hosts san francisco in the nfc championship game. the ravens are in new england for the afc title game. the winners will meet for the super bowl in new orleans on february 3rd. >>> listen to this. organized crime infringing on the world's most popular sport. there are new reports out that some 50 national soccer leagues are being targeted by criminal gangs tryi
wrestler in south dakota said it was nothing serious. but it definitely didn't look that way. he was down on his knees when a light fixture -- keep your eye on the screen -- the size of a large truck tire came crashing down on top of him. a cut on his head required a few stitches. and he suffered some other cuts, as well. overall, somehow, he's doing just fine. >>> now, for basketball this morning. the family that owns the sacramento kings has agreed to sell the team to a group of investors from seattle. if nba owners approve that deal, that would mean the supersonics return to their former home. for highlights on the floor, we get you to espn. >> i'm jorge andres. the bulls trying to right the ship quickly. second quarter. gasol in. and knocking down the "j." he had 15 points in the contest. third quarter, now. kobe bryant. 2 of his 16 in the contest. lakers by three. fourth quarter, now. kirk hinrich, he had a game. 22 points in the contest. 2:35 to go in the fourth. joakim noah, finding marco belinelli. bulls win it, 95-83. >>> the knicks hosting the nets. little battle of the boroughs
, texas and michigan and ohio and south dakota, miami. we in the white house right now. this is like, hey, mom, i made it. >> lebron looks good behind the podium. finally manti te'o is working his way out of the news cycle. thanks to this tune by the gregory brothers, we'll be able to relive his interview with katie couric forever. ♪ why, why, manti ♪ the pain those are real ♪ can you see why they view it as a lie ♪ ♪ it wasn't a lie ♪ why, why, manti ♪ she seemed nice she seemed beautiful ♪ ♪ did you feel it ♪ why, why, manti >> katie had her glasses on a lot during that interview, didn't she. coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," the white house embraces a bipartisan plan for immigration. what are the political implications that play for the millions of voters watching it unfold. the "morning joe" crew weighs in. we huddle around the water cooler where fans place their bet on which a-lister should play hillary clinton on screen. we'll show you the hollywood list and reveal the public's choice wen "way too early" comes back. [ male announcer ] how do you
square garden wrestling match took place in madison, south dakota over the weekend and senior, michael, was wrestling in the spotlight match, and, well, he was definitely in the spotlight. >> all of a sudden, guess what? >> what happened? >> oh! almighty. >> that wasn't supposed to happen like that. >> that was not supposed to happen. the spotlight that was the center point of this spotlight match came crashing down on top of macomish, 1yujust as he put himself in the ring. >> they go help him, lifting spotlight off him. he gets up, walked away from the mat. he ended up taking the force of the blow in his head. it required 20 stitches in two different places on his head. >> this makes me think this looks like a viral marketing campaign for the next "final destination." >> what people are saying. kind of a strange "final destination" moment. and valerie actually spoke to michael. >> i heard the chains, and next thing i know, it was very bright. >> that was the scariest thing i have ever thisee, i thin. >> no report why the lights came crashing but but they say he was back at scoot the n
, and southwestern south dakota, that's where the snow is right now, but it's not going to accumulate all that much morrelltive to what we've already seen. we'll pick up another 3 to 6 inches in general in the darker shade of white from north into south dakota, even northern nebraska, and northern minnesota, could end up with another 12 inches of. now at this point, about the blowing snow. wind gusts, 20 to 40 miles per hour. temperatures around zero, and windchills are down near 20 to 25 month zero. all about the cold, and the wind with this huge dip in the jet stream out west, but then, of course, the eastern half of the country. a ridge in the jet stream which means really warm temperatures, 20 to 30 degrees above normal. washington, d.c., top out nearly 60 degrees. tomorrow, highs close to 70. record in d.c., 75. shouldn't break a record, but it will be close to it for the end of the weekend. alex. >> and mid-january. go figure. thank you, dylan. >>> fewer half of americans getting a flu shot. are you at risk? a live report, coming up. >>> plus -- >> i was a lot nervous, literally to the point
believe it's part of the solution. lawmakers in south dakota improved a bill to arm teachers and other personnel. tonight, senior national correspondent john roberts takes us to another place where teachers may soon be packing more than homework papers. >> terrifying ten-minute standoff, school resource officer karen holds a gunman at bay in hallway of east tennessee high school. moments later, sheriff deputies shoot man dead. clear proof to senator neislly the only way to meet deadly force is with deadly force. especially after what happened in newtown, connecticut. >> teachers up there laid down their lives to safe the children. we don't want the teachers here to have to do that. >> nicely introduced legislation today requiring all public schools in the state to have an armed presence on campus. >> if schools can't afford a resource officer, teachers who have gone through gun training can carry them in school. >> they are gone through background test and take the proper level of training that is as safe as resource officer. >> while both lawmakers on both sides of the aisle support m
tunnel. outbound at south dakota avenue, we had reports of a stalled vehicle. earlier this morning, there was a serious crash. two people medevaced away from the scene. 97 up in westminster remains closed off in each direction at liberty road. this closure will be in place throughout the remopped are of the morning drive. no one getting by 97 at liberty road until further notice. -- this closure will be in place throughout the remainder of the morning drive. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> the states in red on this map are where the cdc is reporting the most severe cases of the flu and yes, maryland and virginia are included. now, the rush is to get a flu shot causing many places to run out. symptoms of the flu can hang around if a number of days. >> there are plenty of over the counter options that could help ease the nasty symptoms out there. fox medical reporter shows some over the counter options that may help you feel about the are. >> reporter: so many people are complaining approximate about coughs. you can have cough suppress apts and you look right on the
. ♪ >> the northern state university marching wolves of aberdeen, south dakota, a population of 2,000 traditional undergraduate students. comprised of 120 members of the state and two foreign countries. they've got a powerful big sound as they go forward and perform for the president of the united states. kate? >> i'm telling you, i've never been a judge of marching bands but all of the marching bands that we've seen throughout the afternoon and this keeps going and going. we're not even done yet. >> these folks are all the way from south dakota. the amount of prep that goes into this, the amount of travel, being away from their families, the cost that's involved. they raised money through bake sales and what not, i imagine. it's a true american parade. >> and it happens quickly. >> it does. >> if you think about the time between the election and now, they don't have a ton of time for preparation to get ready and get here and get going. >> it's a good thing they are playing a lot of parade favorites. that helps, i'm sure. >> yeah. >> these are the military spouses of michigan from detroit, michig
for grabs in 2013 including in arkansas, alaska, iowa, louisiana, colorado, new hampshire and south dakota which suggests that any gun control measures will have to be a compromise. >> everyone is trying to divert from the core issue which is there is a huge consensus in the country, including a vast majority of republicans that assault weapons, high capacity magazines, universal background checks, making progress on mental health, these are things that we should and can do. >> i think we can do something about mental health, about information sharing, maybe about background checks and other things, but it has to be a plan that could possibly work or the president won't get it done. >> president has promised to put to work videotape same campaign organizations that brought him unprecedented turnout last november to work now for a grassroot changes to gun laws. >> heather: doug mckelway, thank you. we'll have much more on the gun debate and whether the president's governing style is too combative to get anything done coming up later. >> gregg: for a mere $300,000 you could probably get some
, ohio -- >> south dakota. >> -- south dakota, miami, i mean we -- we're in the white house right now. this is like, hey, mom, i made it. >> mom, i made it. >>> next we're going to talk to this guy that made this amazing half-court shot and then got tackled by lebron. >> check it out. >> all 6'8" of him. >> we're going to ask if he's recovered from that. he practiced for two days. he only made it once and when it counted he made it. he's $75,000 richer. we'll ask him what to do with it. >> save it. >> i knew you'd say that. >>> late last night, a new place for stephen colbert to get a cheap threat. >> the tsa is removing the scanners that produce naked bodies. >> how can i show the tsa my [ bleep ] now? i used to write them little messages. in lead-based paint like "good morning" or "all evidence to the contrary, i do not wish to have a kosher meal," or "on a particular chilly day, "hi." >> he ease crazy, that stephen colbert. "early start" continues right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> a path to citizenship, president obama just hours away from telling america his pla
. up next, rebecca. south dakota. independent. caller: saying we can help reduce the price of gas in this country. a big impact -- how much gas is. i know supposedly are heard them say they brought it down to 1.75. right now -- i know in the 1970's, they put a freeze on gas prices. why aren't we doing it today? in the 1970's we froze gas prices. why can't we do it today? guest: congress could, but the reality is the economic impacts could significantly hurt the rest of the economy by doing that. great economic arguments after nixon did that, nixon put in a price freeze but then also carter. it ended up hurting our economy in other areas. so, the reality is the best way to get gas prices lower is to have a reliable source of energy, and that is what this sands provide the united states, billions of barrels of oil barely above our border. host: relating to the price of gas, bill writes in and ask whether the keystone xl pipeline -- would bring gas down to $2 a gallon? he says, is not, we want no part of it. guest: really? the answer is, it gives us the security. it will have a small
50 outbound near south dakota avenue blocks the right lane here on 270 at father hurley boulevard. traffic's moving well. light volumes tall way down -- all the way down to the point where the lanes divide. andrea and mike? >>> here's what's making news now. lawyers for the accused colorado shooter are hoping to delay's today's arraignment. he's accused of killing 12 people and wounding dozens more and he is charged with 160 felony counts. >>> the national rifle association is blasting the white house after thursday's meeting with vice president joe biden. nra officials say the administration is more concerned with taking away gun rights than protecting children. the white house is meeting with advocates from all sides in the wake to have the newtown school shooting. >>> you can see why passengers might have been a bit startled when they looked out the window of the qantas plane. they may have thought they were extras in the samuel l. jackson movie "snakes on a plane." there's a snake a long one caught between the wing and the body of the plane. this particular python is not poiso
. in the senate you have red state democrats up for reelection in alaska and arkansas and montana, in south dakota. and in laz. a bunch of red states and they are very worried about taking positions that will lose the seats. >> take a look at a couple of polls because the numbers are interesting. this one says in the debate on guns which is more important to protect they asked the people that were polled. 51% said the constitutional right to own a gun and 40% said citizens to be protected from gun violence was more important to them. take a look at one more of these. and this one is the newspapers publishing the names and addresses of gun permit holders. this has gotten a ton of attention. this happened in new york. a gun owner has a right to privacy. 773% say that. gun owners say 80%. and the public has a right to know, only 23% say they think this is something that people need to know. that newspaper made a wrong cal lakes according to these numbers, byron. >> a clash of the two amendments. second amendment versus first. i don't it think there is any doubt that the newspaper had the right to do
, you can see them there, mississippi, arkansas, north dakota and south dakota. a lot of people, a lot of women and men as well around the country might be very surprised to learn that those states only have one place where women can go, and that is not only because there's a concern for the safety of those that work at those clinics in that state, it's also because there isn't an appetite to support more facilities like that in those states, correct? >> that's absolutely the case. and you know, when you start thinking about the jurymandering of the drawing of political lines that support the most right wing candidates across the country, democrats, thomas, received more votes than republicans did, but because of the jurymandering during redistricting it has been difficult to get pro-choice people elected to congress. perhaps in these states, citizens there can send a message, not just about abortion, but about affirming american values and rights to privacy. as nancy pointed out, this is a decision that should be between a woman and her doctor, not some politician from mississippi or
it. we saw the abortion ban in south dakota twice defeated by the people. i think the thing here is that a politicians that are being elected are stealth. they don't run. they don't come to your door saying they're going to be run and be antichoice or going to restrict women's access. they come and talk to you about the economy and jobs. then they get there and people are finding that these laws are passed. many of which are outrageous and they don't accept. we saw that in virginia when there was outrage over the mandatory transvaginal ultrasound. womespontaneously showed up at e capital saying shop this nonsense >> ifill: your folks have said we're moving from talking about the baby to talking about the mother and talking about women. but if issues these personhood issues, these amendments and the transvaginal discussion that happened in virginia, how is that fit into your strategy? >> it's just funny for nancy to completely write off state legislators who are very close to the people. over the last few years we've had 2500 requests in 39 states for help to pass pro-life legisla
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